I also have a tooth over here that is starting to … the gum is starting to recede further than the others because I needed braces as a kid and never got them. They’re going to be doing that treatment in the next coming months, I guess, to fill in some of the spaces there and get the gum to adhere better.
Well first thing, they don’t pressure you, which was key, because at first, when they first diagnosed the treatment and all that, I was a little leery about it. To be honest, it’s nothing the dentists here or any dentist for that matter can guarantee. It all takes … it’s a matter of whether or not it takes the new gum that they graft in there, does it take or not.
There was a little apprehension there. I was seen twice, and the second time being just recently to actually review what we wanted to have done. Dr. Kiehl, he talked about it a little bit, and that’s why I’m getting the bonding now, having waited an extra six months, which doesn’t seem like a long time, but he recommended getting the bonding at the top part of it, I believe, so that the graft would adhere better to that, and obviously give me a better chance of success at it.
Having done that made me feel a little bit better. I said, all right, let’s do it. The promptness of the staff, the promptness of keeping the appointments. The prices are, as far as I know anywhere, or I can tell, they’re very competitive, and again the staff, the environment, and just the overall appearance and feel and vibe that you get from the place, I’d definitely say if you’re looking for one, go try them out.